Morose Media has introduced a small update for its app that turns a Windows Mobile smartphone into a portable wireless router.
WMWifiRouter 2.00 includes a number of small enhancements, bug-fixes and device-specific stability improvements.
- Changes to ensure Wi-Fi stability on those devices with “sensitive” Wi-Fi drivers
- Multiple simultaneous Bluetooth clients are now supported
- Power management has been improved
WMWifiRouter is available on the Morose Media website and from the on-device Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
For now, only the Windows Mobile Pro (touchscreen) version is available, but the Standard (non-touchscreen) version will be released within a few weeks.
WMWifiRouter sells for $19.99.
Source: Morose Media